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universities and couple of them started by two stanford professors and world class education for free or near free . what are employers looking for? intelligence and drive and discipline . it used to be a college degree stood for those things and now they have faster and better ways to determine whether they want to hire someone. >> john, billions of dollars in government stub sidies for llege education are worthless? >> they are worthless and i a not going to defend them but what botherings me is it a notionful a job that requires a college degree. i don't care if you want to be an investment banking analyst, there is nothing you learned in the four years that has nothing to do with the job you will eventually do . the idea that college is going to make us better or worse, jobbings are not plentiful because government is getting in the way of. >> emac a lot of the plumber jobs don't require college. but associates degrease pay more than the college jobbings. >> yes, a trade pays more. you can see it in the nuclear medicine technology. >> these are associate degrees and don't require full fou
fungi store at the ferry plaza building, there is nc better place to educate folks on the mysterious mushroom, even to people who at first glance don't think they have an affinity for them. >> well, i do get a lot of, like, "oh, i don't like mushrooms." you know, generally, it's like, "when i was a kid, my mom would feed me these ones in a can." and you're rdally talking about one variety of mushrooms. and we have 7 varieties of mushrooms. and i think there's a mushroom for everyone. >> they do, indeed, have a mushroom for everyone here, along with every mushroom product, book, or t-shirt you could imagine. but strivinc to find a niche among the foodies of the bay area, they are constantly introducing new and innovative products and getting folks like myself more informed about these mushroom-based products. >> keep them in the brown paper bag in the refrigerator, not in the crisper, and you have no problems with them. >> ok. >> these are the gray morels. and i usually love the flavor on them. >> these are what kind? >> gray morel. >> oh. >> you know, generally, you want something, w
civics education, and fight cuts to legal aid funding. it is his mission to make equal justice under law a vibrant living reality for everyone, not just four words carved on the facade of the supreme court building in washington. mr. zack is a passionate and tireless advocate for liberty and justice for all. as he wrote in a letter in today's "daily journal," "that is what our profession does. we get in the way of wrong. we get in the way of attempts to separate and divide our society. we get in the way of those who would let our constitutional democracy whether away from ignorance. we get in the way of those who would further widen the justice happen in our country." please welcome a great lawyer, my friend, and our speaker, steve zack, president of the american bar association. [applause] >> that is a wonderful introduction, bob. thank you for those kind words and for all the good work you do at the aba and have done for many years. thank you for this invitation. it is the world's largest public affairs forum. i love your model. "find truth and set it free." what could be better than t
but if you went and said we will take away your $5 million salary and give you a free education how would you feel about that? john: the alabama coach? >> we live in a society we have labor rights for people can negotiate salaries. it doesn't make sense they make millions of dollars nobody turns on the college basketball game to see the coach they look for the players. icahn the parents share in the revenue? john: there's not much of a movement they don't complain >> the complaint. if they speak freely on the issue the ones understand how much money is made are very resentful. remember the fab five from the university of michigan's chris webber talks about seeing his jersey on sale for $100 if he cannot afford to go to mcdonald's. nobody gives that many to be next. the quickest way to get a fair result is for players to get to the final four and say we don't go on the court and tell the family gets many. then they don't get paid and i guarantee they would come to the negotiating table quick. john: i agree with you. but most americans do not agree with us. >> no. >> no. >> no. >> no. absolutel
-time work since. college-educated, 20 years of experience. i live in san francisco in an area where did score -- where discrimination based on age is encouraged. discrimination based on race is encouraged as well. it is a shame. my senators, basically if you are not from a protected class, you do not exist. these people -- i saved up a lot of money over my life and had planned on retiring at 65, like everyone else, but i spent a lot of my retirement just trying to survive, which is a shame. host: was your retirement 401k? personal savings? how did it break down? caller: it was a mix. host:-, n.c., joe is joining us on the independent line. -- ash, n.c., joe is joining us on the independent line. caller: all of a sudden everything fell apart several years ago. i could have retired, but i saw the writing on the wall, businesses started falling down and everyone who has a retirement, god bless you, but it is so hard. i feel bad for the grandchildren who they all say are not going to make it. it is terrible, this country has put a hole in front of everything else. they have got to quit doin
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in education. >> this weekbe is about the future of american public education. >> supporters of the national school choice week campaign kicked off the celebration this week with 14 planned whistle stops across the country. >> organizers say research increasingly shows that students in poor performing public schools given alternatives, whether they be better public schools, charter schools, magnet schools, homeschooling do better. >> the they the says parents who select schools and schools of choice are outperforming the traditional system. they are improving faster than the traditional system. >> case and point is the washington, d.c. opportunity scholarship program that gives 1700 d.c. students vouchers to attend private schools. >> they have a 91% graduation rate. grad rate in d.c. schools hover around 60%. >> like tremendous popularity and shortage of slots the obama administration capped enrollment in the d.c. program under pressure from teachers union. earlier in 2008 campaign speech to the american federation of teachers then candidate obama criticized the opponent for supporterring v
children from getting the supports they need to get educated in school including children with disabilities. whether we are going to be supporting the elderly to help with their heating bill or in the summertime, their air conditioning. whether we provide homeless assistance for people who are homeless to get them back into permanent housing. we are talking about a series of programs that not only help our citizens get back to work. they are fundamental to ensuring families will just survive to the end of the paycheck. >> practically speak the alternative if you look at what president obama laid out yesterday rveg yesterday, he was asking them to take it off the table and put the idea of a grand bargain back on the table. it takes that same basic $1.2 trillion target and this time about half from new revenues and closing loopholes and deductions. the other half is from sbrilthsmentes and this idea of cpi which is a reduction in benefits for people. how would you compare the grand bargains to the programs in which you are talking about if the sequester takes place. is one worse than the othe
, it is the lack of awareness and education that they told us. they never explained to us or even let us know what a concussion was. i had no idea until recently. even since i retired in 2008 from the patriots, i would still experience headaches. i would experience headaches from sunday until tuesday and wednesday. even at times, there's a sense of loneliness, anxiety problems, and sometimes i just get headaches from just being in bright lights. it is tough. people have to understand these players, a lot of their agenda is based on money, but a lot of these players are really suffering read this is for real. i am experiencing now. i am scared to death. i have children and a beautiful wife. i'm scared what will happen to me 10, 15 years from now. >> law concussion were once an unspoken and misunderstood problem, today more than 4000 former nfl players have filed a lawsuit against the league. they contend the nfl, which makes $9.5 billion a year, new hits to the head could lead to long-term brain damage but chose not disclose that information. new rules are being instituted to minimize future injuri
of switch gears on messaging. he is expected to tout new education initiatives, ways to simplify the tax code, kush health care costs, immigration reform. ron fournier with the "national journal," jonathan, asked this question -- "with a democratic tide threatening to crush the dpop, is it enough to just tweak talking points?" what do you say to that question? >> i think there's a tendency among policy maker, politicians who are in the legislative chamber all day, to be using this policy. they talk about the fiscal cliff, about entitlement reform, about debalancing the budget. but it's devoid of any value to the average voter. so fournier may have a point there, but i think it's critical for republicans to be talking about the values behind these policies, that we're always promoting. fiscal responsibility, why are we doing that? because that's a path to prosperity. i think that's a critical thing that eric cantor is doing today and i applaud him for doing it. >> that is what he does seem to be wanting to talk about, connecting the dots. and steve, he isn't just talking about -- you know
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education, training, energy and national security will cost us jobs it will slow down our recovery. it is not the right thing to do for the economy, it is not the right thing for folks that are out there still looking for work. the good news is this does not have to happen. for all the drama and disagreements we have had over the last few years, democrats and republicans have been able to come together and cut the deficit by more than $2.5 trillion through a mix of spending cuts and higher rates on taxes for the wealthy. a balanced approach has achieved more than $2.5 trillion in deficit reduction. that is more than halfway towards the $4 trillion in deficit reduction that economists and elected officials from both parties believe it is required to save our debt. i believe we can finish the job with a balanced mix of spending cuts and more tax reform. the proposals that i put forward during the fiscal cliff negotiations, and discussions with speaker boehner and others, are still very much on the table. i just want to repeat, do deals that i fell forward, the balanced approach of sp
educated for the 21st century economy. that means making investments in education. it means trying to address the situation where even as we have for 35 straight months in private sector job creation, we have for much of that time seen job loss in state and local governments. that is a portion of it. in education, schoolteachers, the president has put forward proposals. this is his highest priority. it is important to look at things like immigration reform. businesses have vocally and publicly, as an economic necessity -- the economic benefits of comprehensive immigration reform are manyfold and very important. that is the principal reason the president believes we need to come forward in a bipartisan way and get this done. there is every reason, both economic and otherwise, he to continue to make the progress that has been made, that we have seen. and get it done. get a bill passed that represents the consensus that is building who, he that reflects the principles that are shared by the bipartisan group in the senate, and make it law, make it a fact. >> are there any changes in th
happens and your mom is old and dies and you take on that and no other education, it's kind of hard to get that person to step outside of the life and so for me that's the interesting component. now, is me being able to step in to the people's lives and can i rationalize what they do? it's hard because i have this greater knowledge but for them they live in a very insular environment and that insular environment is one that dictates to make a living and put food in their mouth and just what they're doing and kind of the problem that we have here. there's a demand in the united states for the drugs and there's a demand over there for them to survive and so that's the big picture. >> well, you know, we mentioned drugs and weapons. but what about exotic animals? how big is that industry and how can toure get a dragon? >> i can't help him facilitate anything illegal. >> come on. >> talk to him after the show. >> yeah right. okay. i mean, the thing is, i didn't realize how big the illegal animal trade is but the crime syndicates just as big if not bigger than the biggest drug syndicates in the
platform, education, flexible working hours, closing loopholes in the tax code. things that are broadly popular across the aisle s. that the republican approach to emphasize things that are popular in their party platform and just not talk about the other stuff? >> well, i think that even uttering the phrase working moms is progress for this republican party. >> right. >> but what matters is the details behind it. and whether you're talking about big cuts in discretionary spending that might include education spending, health care spending, child care, et cetera, when you talk about committing federal resources, tax money, to these kinds of problems, that's where the republicans go on a different direction and most of the american people at a time where they're worried about the future, where they're worried about the state of the economy, where they really frankly all that optimistic about the private economy providing them jobs, they're going to look to the government for help. if the republicans continue to be philosophically opposed to that idea which they are at root then all kinds
donation to public education, and more recently his pledge to hold a fundraiser for chris christie. what do you think this says about his ambitions? >> well, you know, i think he's always looked at a very big picture. i think mark wants to change the world. he wants to, you know, create a revolution, and i think that's always been his thing. so he's gotten more political and he's definitely trying to change things. >> you and many others have said that zuckerberg is a megalomaniac. >> i don't mean it in a bad way. he wants the whole world to change based on something he's doing. he sees facebook as a revolution, as something that is going to affect every aspect of our lives. and he really sees the world going from a village to a city to facebook. and i do think that he wants to impact everyone in the world's life. and he is doing that. he's actually a successful megalomaniac. >> yeah, he is in a big way. he has said he idolized steve jobs. is he in your opinion the next steve jobs? or do you think his legacy might eclipse that of his hero? >> i do think he will eclipse steve jobs. he's not
lived, when you think about the american dream, better education, student debt is an all time high. we have seen the housing bubble burst and better job and unemployment is so high. for adults to be less optimistic than their children may make sense. >> my parents lived through the great depression and all reminded me of that and the difficult times. it made a difference in my life. take a look at this. the next gallup poll, will your kids be better off than you, they are more cautious? >> they just lived through one of the worst recessions we've ever had and we are in the worst of the recoveries we've ever had. in most recent memory they are facing unemployment and wealth is down the stock market is up so there are reasons for optimism but adults in recent memory have so many things that have been going bad, it's tough to be optimistic. >> gregg: throw the next one up. i think it is interesting. it breaks down among gender. look at this. actually better life, homes, better education, girls are more optimistic than boys? >> that is very interesting. we have seen women and girls make tr
educating people act the dangers of wood smoke than trying to collect a lot of money. >>> more details now, air quality officials say how many violations they have handed out per county during the 2011 to 2012 season. sonoma had the most by a wide margin. 108. contra costa was number two, napa had 51. >> want to check in with salas -- taking a look i presume at the bay bridge and the toll plaza still backed up. >> it is. we are trying to look at your drive into san francisco. the earlier crash is gone but those carpool lanes are barely moving. usually even those -- you can count on that drive being good but not right now as it takes a while for the traffic to unwind off the upper deck. the san mateo bridge could be an alternate. 880 is not bad. then to haywood just a little bit of slow traffic. this morning it takes sense. >> thank you. our system is pushing south. still leading some rain. it's a cold rain. we have partly sunny, party cloudy skies, most of the rain sending. if you are heading toward monterey i would bundle up. there could be scattered showers as well. 31 in santa rosa.
, but at the same time, on issues like health care, on the economy, on education even, latinos are more and more in line with the democratic party today. so if immigration reform gets done, and as it looks right now, it's mostly a democratic thing as opposed to republican thing, it will be hard for republicans to just pull away votes, all at once. >> you know, i want to take a look at numbers relative to a pew poll when it talks about all of the top issues. for hispanic registered voters. look where immigration ranks. number five at 34%. so is the focus on immigration, just a complete oversimplifications on really diverse group of people? >> i think there is a little bit of that going on. i think at the same time there is a recognition this is the most pressing issue with regards to the latino community, we have 11 million, 14 million, whatever the number is. number of illegal immigrants in this country. something they have been trying to deal with for a number of years. very important to a lot of voters. at the same time, it's not the most important issue to these people. the people voting are
that will talk about issues that don't have to do with the budget. immigration, education, health care. cantor is joining a growing list of republicans who are trying to rebrand the party. >> we have not explained why we take the positions that we do. and i think that's one of the lessons learned from this past election. i think that where we have a lot of room to grow as a party, as conservatives is to explain again why we're for the kind of fiscal discipline that we're for. what is the reality and how are we going to help people? >> we had to show our ideas are better at fighting poverty. how our ideas are better at solving health care. how our ideas are better at solving the problems people are experiencing in their daily lives. >> we have to get the republican party back on track. we do that by winning the argument of ideas. >> let's bring in our tuesday gaggle. perry bacon jr., solinda lake and john feehery. john, i'll start with you. this is, i assume, you like hearing the words you are hearing from whether it's eric cantor, paul ryan or what we used there with bobby jindal. the question
're not investing in education, infrastructure, training, and we're not even doing anything to stabilize the debt-to-gdp ratio after 2020, 2022 because the entitlement programs are not touched. very bad policy. >> it just seems like there's an opportunity to come up with cuts, it doesn't happen, laura, so you say that's not the way a business operate. a business doesn't operate with no budget for four years either. we haven't had a budget in four years. >> a business operates when times are bad, and they can borrow. they do borrow. the u.s. government has been able to borrow at record low interest rates for the last few years. the only group that seems to be determined to slow the economy down because they are worried about the ability of the government to borrow are those who are fostering the sequester. the u.s. government has been able to borrow. it has run itself as an economy, running an economy which is in slow growth where the deficit automatically picks up because there's slow revenue coming in and there's the need to spend on programs to help ease us through a slow period. it was wise po
michael are just part of the equation of educating consumers on the many fabulous attributes of avocados. the real groundwork begins just there, on the ground of the 6,000 farmers across the state who now grow avocados. california farmers produce about 90% of the nation's total avocado crop, and that includes farmers like mark and linda bru@e of simi valley in ventura country. not from a farming background and surrounded by a huge housing development, the couple really didn't know what to do with all of the lush land they had when they bought the property back in 2000. >> because we'd always talked about having a ranch, mark and i had talked about it, we did not know what that meant. but that was our--i guess it was a dream, but didn't have any idea how it was going to evolve. and then >> a friend of ours said, hey, this looks like good avocado property. and not knowing anything about avocados other than that's what i put on my tacos, i said, oh, sure, let's avocados. >> so the couple learned as they went along, everything from soil science to irrigation techniquds. and before they knew
to be as educated as possible. >> reporter: matthew works as a school police officer in merced county. >> ultimately the goal of this program is to minimize if not completely eliminate any type of injuries or fatalities. that's the whole goal and that's what i am trying to express to my staff. >> it ends with an intruder using an air gun and rubber pellets. the people inside this room are ready to counter or confront the second gunman. for this scenario, tennis balls are used instead of books, lap p toes or chairs. but in most cases, running may be the only option. >> we know what the consequence is of responding passively, and far too often it is death. >> san jose city college and evergreen community college have trained their nine officers. students and teachers will soon undergo the same active shooter training. >> have i to know how to lead -- i have to know how to lead and protect my students. but it is a combination of both. the students need to be prepared and train. >> it is a reality of today's world. getting schools to prepare in order to increase their chances of surviving the unthinkabl
it is my responsibility to be as educated as possible. >> reporter: matthew works as a school police officer in merced county. >> ultimately the goal of this program is to minimize if not completely eliminate any type of injuries or fatalities. that's the whole goal and that's what i am trying to express to my staff. >> it ends with an intruder using an air gun and rubber pellets. the people inside this room are ready to counter or confront the second gunman. for this scenario, tennis balls are used instead of books, lap p toes or chairs. but in most cases, running may be the only option. >> we know what the consequence is of responding passively, and far too often it is death. >> san jose city college and evergreen community college have trained their nine officers. students and teachers will soon undergo the same active shooter training. >> have i to know how to lead -- i have to know how to lead and protect my students. but it is a combination of both. the students need to be prepared and train. >> it is a reality of today's world. getting schools to prepare in order to increase t
students anymore. they are sons and daughters, and i feel it is my responsibility to be as educated as possible. >> reporter: matthew works as a school police officer in merced county. >> ultimately the goal of this program is to minimize if not completely eliminate any type of injuries or fatalities. that's the whole goal and that's what i am trying to express to my staff. >> it ends with an intruder using an air gun and rubber pellets. the people inside this room are ready to counter or confront the second gunman. for this scenario, tennis balls are used instead of books, lap p toes or chairs. but in most cases, running may be the only option. >> we know what the consequence is of responding passively, and far too often it is death. >> san jose city college and evergreen community college have trained their nine officers. students and teachers will soon undergo the same active shooter training. >> have i to know how to lead -- i have to know how to lead and protect my students. but it is a combination of both. the students need to be prepared and train. >> it is a reality of today
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and education secretary arne duncan, long-time chicago residents, will also attend the saturday service. >>> a massive manhunt continues this morning in california for a former police officer accused of going on a shooting rampage that left a police officer and two other people dead. with the suspect threatening to wage war on lapd. police and s.w.a.t. teams spent the night combing bear mountain, two hours east of l.a., where a truck belonging to the suspect, chris dorner, was found burned out with foot tracks leading away through the snow. police say the suspect could be anywhere. >> reporter: thousands of police officers are hunting for a man that used to be one of their own. tactical teams spread across nine counties in southern california. >> of course he knows what he's doing, we trained him. >> reporter: he's heavily armed and extremely dangerous. police say former lapd officer christopher dorner has already killed three and is gunning for more. >> this has gone far enough. you know, nobody else needs to die. >> reporter: fired from the force in 2009 for allegedly making false sta
. there is, you know, a wide body politic in tunisia. there is a cultural body of people who are educated, french speaking, who are relatively liberal, who want a western-style democracy here. they're the ones out protesting today because they accuse the other side, which is the conservative trend, of trying to impose its islamist view on the country. so it's very difficult to say where turn united states goes from here. this is a fight for the future of this country. this is, of course, a place where the arab spring began two years ago, and many people i've been spoking to today hope it won't be the place before wrth arab spring suffers a premature death. >> you call it a fight for the future. there are reports of limited clashes between police and protesters in another tunisian town. do you get any sense there could be violence in the capital today? >> i think people are hoping there won't be. there hasn't been any violence yet, but the fine val ongoing, as you can hear in the background. also, there's a massive security presence right in the middle of tunis itself. the avenue was the s
educating players is part of the organization responsibility. >> because we are in the bay area. because we are one of the team that is embrace the gay community it's up to me to make sure our guys understand that but i can certainly give them the opportunity to expand their horizons and that's something i will take the responsibility for. >> guy is a young guy and very unfair but when you make comments like that you have to be very, very careful and not offend anyone. >>reporter: chris didn't want to be a distraction and he was asked what he would like to say to the the people of san francisco. >> i'm sorry i offended anyone. very ugly comment and that's not what i feel in in my heart. hopefully i can learn and grow in this experience and i love san francisco. >>reporter: mike sports director larry and wayne and katie are all tweeting behind the scenes action going on at superbowl week for the best superbowl coverage live from new orleans. we are retweeting the highlights at abc 7 news bay area. >> more superbowl coverage a little later on. court appointed monitor revealed today that 2
park service to help educate dog owners about the dangers of the water they also say you should know dogs are better swimmers than people. >>> pam let's quickly check in with sal. we are watching the toll plaza and everything else. >> coming up on mornings on 2. it's doing pretty well. no major problems. also san jose we are watching a crash northbound 101 at 13th. let's go to steve. >>> sal, thank you. hazy. a little bit of fog this
right. also, there's a lot of talk about gym class or physical education in schools which we've seen cut in a lot of school districts because of budget issues. there's a belief that these classes can actually lead to weight loss. i find that surprising. >> well, i'm concerned about this myth. i think that we have to keep in mind and underscore the -- that gym class in their current form, they're not like in the old days when you got to play. many of our physical education classes now are filled with learning rules, writing about how you feel about this sport, you know, we need to ingrain habits in kids early. and even though our research doesn't show that the current form of physical education classes is associated with weight loss, it's not sensitive enough to see the changes in body composition. more importantly, erica, it builds confidence in kids to actually have lifelong habits of physical activity. so we have to keep in mind what our end goal here is. >> that's what's important, to instill that goal in kids. just to get moving every day so they carry it through their adult life. >>
nongovernmental provider of social services. health care education, charity, out there every day caring for the least among us. yet, they're being threatened with massive government fines, crippling government fines, being forced into lawsuits to defend their religious liberty. and this just shouldn't be happening in a country that was founded on principles of religious liberty. >>steve: i agree with you completely. let's take a look at the change according to the department of health and human services. they say nonprofit religious employers will be able to opt out of the obamacare mandate, but insurers will be required to provide the coverage which includes both standard birth control and items like the morning-after pill. in other words, if you're a catholic charity, you per se, the money for those drugs won't come out of your pocket but probably going to come out of your insurance company's pocket. >> there's 80 pages of new regulations. they came up with a kind of repackaged accounting gimmick, new schemes to move paper work around. but the essential, the heart of this is that the
. lucas says he will donate most of the proceeds from that sale to education. >>> time now for "politico." >> let's check in with jim vandehei, executive editor down at "politico" for a look at the "playbook." jim, what's going on? >> good. how you doing? >> doing all right. we've got your behind-the-curtain report this morning. you're talking about the separation between the republican party, fox news, they've shed now dick morris to go along with governor palin. what's going on here inside the republican party? >> i think what's fascinating is you have these parallel purges. you have the republican party and you have fox news. both of which took a big hit in the 2012 elections. fox has seen its ratings dip particularly in january. republicans have obviously had a lot of problems with their brand post-election. so both sides are trying to get rid of the most toxic characters. on the one side, you have fox getting rid of palin. you have fox getting rid of dick morris. you have some of their bigger names advocating for a rethinking of immigration reform. on the official republican side, y
: a doctor can't have the right to say you are a shut -- >> caller: i definitely need a little education -- >> stephanie: a doctor should be able to ask are you promiscuous before he gives a woman a legal medical procedure, but you are not allowed to ask a person if they are crazy before they buy a gun -- >> caller: i'm agreeing with many of the perspectives that democrats have on gun ownership -- >> the nra should agree on those too. >> caller: i am a member and i have written to the nra and told them i agree -- >> stephanie: it's a perfectly legitimate comparison. someone said why it is so right to so restrict this right, and the gun lobbyist are going for virtually no restriction -- >> caller: no, they need to grow up -- >> stephanie: i need to grow up -- >> caller: i'm not attacking you in any way. >> stephanie: yes, you are. >> caller: abortion is designed 100% to end a life -- >> stephanie: right and what is the point of guns? >> caller: i said i don't want to talk about it -- >> to end a life. >> stephanie: i don't want to talk about it? well, fine. >> so
a foundation for research and to educate the public. >>> and disturbing news about alzheimer's. a new study says a diagnosis of the disease is expected to triple by 2050. about 5 million people are living with alzheimer's right now. that could increase to 14 million over the next four decades. research says it is driven by the baby boomer population. >>> doctors finally have an answer to why we've just experienced our worst years of whooping cough in decades. scientists say they have discovered a new strain that may be resistant to vaccines. they've published the findings in the new england journal of medicine. this new strain had been reported in france, japan and england. >>> we're going check in again with tom kierein with the latest on the forecast. he's outside on the storm team 4 weather deck. how's it feel out there? >> it is cold. we've got a bitter breeze here at 5 to 15 miles an hour. the temperature and the sky, only in the 30s for most of the area. there's a live look for the camera. showing the cloud cover around the monuments right now. in washington, generally upper 30s in pr
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